Scott Dixon led the first practice for the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500. His Chip Ganassi Honda put in a lap of 227,119 mph. Teammate Marcus Ericsson was second quickest at 226.965 mph. Four Hondas and six Chevys were in the top 10.
Sage Karam in a Dreyer and Reinbold car was the fastest Chevy in third place a 226.388 mph.
Scott McLaughlin was the first car on track when the green flag waved at 9 am.
The session ran without interruption.
Teams of Note
Chip Ganassi Racing had three cars in the top 10. Alex Palou was eighth at 225.278 mph.
Dreyer and Reinbold put both cars up front. Karam was third and Santino Ferrucci was sixth.
J. R. Hildebrand and Kyle Kirkwood were 10th and 11th for A. J. Foyt Racing.